Tough tackling midfielder Kwaku Frimpong successfully came through his return to action on Saturday, after a two-month absence due to injury.
“I tore my retinaculum, which is a tissue in the ankle,” said Frimpong (pictured) who signed his first professional contract last summer. “It’s been a very up and down season, but I’m just hoping to finish strong and then come back next season with intentions to break into the team.”
He played for 75 minutes before coming off for Isthmian Premier side Carshalton Athletic, in their goalless draw with Margate at Colston Avenue.
Striker Corie Andrews made his eleventh appearance for Colchester United, coming on as a substitute with just over ten minutes remaining of their League Two meeting with Stevenage. He had a chance to pull a goal back in time added on, but his headed effort found the post in what was ultimately a 2-0 defeat.
Goalkeeper Zaki Oualah and striker David Fisher were on opposing sides when they met at the Beveree Stadium in National League South. It was Fisher who got the better of his Wimbledon colleague though, when he netted from the penalty spot in the first half for Hampton & Richmond who went on to beat Billericay Town 2-0.
Having signed a new two-year deal with the Dons, defender Jack Currie was back in action for play-off chasing Eastbourne Borough. He played the full 90 minutes of their 2-2 draw at Slough Town, ending a run of five successive victories for the Sussex club.
The Isthmian Premier meeting between Potters Bar Town and Merstham brought together three, young AFC Wimbledon defenders. Having extended his stay with a new deal as manager of hosts Potters Bar it was Sammy Moore’s side, which included Isaac Ogundere, that won 2-0. Huseyin Biler and Josh Hallard figured for visitors Merstham.